Mitsubishi Laser TV Video
Mitsubishi Laser TV Video Transcript
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>> Hey what's up guys? It's Brian with CNET here at the Moon in the Palms. And we're here for Mitsubishi's announcement of their new laser TV. Now what does that mean? Well current HDTVs, they can only show you about 40% of the color spectrum that our eye can see. But now with laser technology we're gonna be able to see twice that amount. Another advantage of using lasers is that Mitsubishi claims the laser TV will use about one third of the amount of power that LCDs use in the market today. So another great feature we have right there, these guys are expected to be available by the end of the year. And you know, I want to get my groove on. There's a lot of guys down there, I'm hoping I can find a lady to dance the night away. I'm Brian Tong at CES 2008. We'll see ya later. ^M00:00:43 [ music ]
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